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Statement by Philip Home Chairman of the RECORD Study Steering,Committee and Professor of Diabetes Medicine at Newcastle,University in England

PHILADELPHIA, June 05, 2007 /PRNewswire/ --

Professor Home said:

"The editorials published by the NEJM are disappointing and misleading in that they disregarded important pieces of data that are extremely relevant to patients and physicians. Most significantly the editorials ignored data that showed no evidence of any increase in cardiovascular death or death from any cause."

Professor Philip Home

CONTACT: Professor Philip Home, (44) 778-525-1736

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